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Evaluation, in the
Policy and Procedures Manual
. Faculty members are appropriately
qualified and sufficient in number to ensure the integrity and continuity of educational
objectives, policies, and programs.
11. Educational Program
EITC’s educational programs include appropriate content and rigor for Associate of Applied
Science (AAS) degrees and Certificates. Curriculum aligns with industry standards and is
vetted by each program’s advisory council. Programs and courses have clearly identified
and published student learning outcomes. These outcomes are evaluated and measured on
a yearly basis and form the basis of program and course improvements. Program outcomes
are also reviewed by Professional Technical Education (PTE) at the state level.
12. General Education and Related Instruction
All AAS degree programs contain the requisite 15 credits of general education courses in the
three areas stipulated by NWCCU of communication, computation, and human relations
and th
, which require three credits in written
communication, three credits in oral communication, three credits in mathematical ways of
knowing, three credits in social and behavioral ways of knowing and three credits of
institutionally designated competency areas.
Certificate programs must also include instruction in communication, mathematical ways of
knowing, and behavioral ways of knowing. A course may have embedded instruction in one
or more of these areas; however, this related instruction must have clearly identified
outcomes for the disciplines which are embedded.
13. Library and Information Resources
Library and information resources support EITC’s mission and core themes of community
engagement, student centered and learning for work and life. The Library’s primary goal is
to provide students, faculty, and programs with information that has currency, depth, and
the Library’s on-line databases provide easy access to a wide variety of
electronic journal articles and periodicals that are searchable and available to students,
faculty, and staff both on-site and at any remote location. The Library also provides
educational resources for faculty professional development.
14. Physical and Technological Infrastructure
EITC provides the physical and technological infrastructure necessary to achieve mission
and core themes. Safety inspections are conducted annually by the State Division of
Building Safety. Maintenance and custodial staff also regularly inspect facilities (e.g. fire
extinguisher checks, stocking of first aid kits and material condition of AED’s). In 2015, the
Department of Public Works approved funds to upgrade the handsets on all interior doors
on campus and install new signage in Brail.
Information Technology (IT) ensures that technology matches the needs of the campus. The
campus has full access to wireless connectivity. Classrooms are equipped with networked
computer stations for instructors. Classrooms are equipped with projectors and screens and
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